Friday March 15, 2024 - Tuesday April 30, 2024
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2:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Avenue A Write Out Poetry Exhibit

Avenue A Teens Write Out! Poetry Exhibit runs March 15-April 30. On display in the reference room of the library and viewable during regular library hours.

CONTACT: James A. Tuttle  603-588-6786  tuttlelibrary@gmail.com

Avenue A Teens Write Out! Poetry Exhibit runs March 15-April 30. On display in the reference room of the library and viewable during regular library hours.

CONTACT:
  James A. Tuttle
  603.588.6786
   tuttlelibrary@gmail.com

Tuesday April 16, 2024
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6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
A Walk Back in Time: The Secrets of Cellar Holes

Presenter: Adair Mulligan
Northern New England is full of reminders of past lives: stone walls, old foundations, and a century-old lilac struggling to survive as the forest reclaims a once-sunny dooryard. What forces shaped settlement, and later abandonment, of these places? Adair Mulligan explores the rich story to be discovered in what remains behind. See how one town has set out to create an inventory of its cellar holes, piecing together the clues in the landscape. Such a project can help landowners know what to do if they have archaeological sites on their land and help stimulate interest in a town's future through its past. 
This is a NH Humanities program; it is free and open to the public.

There are 37 spaces available.

Presenter: Adair Mulligan
Northern New England is full of reminders of past lives: stone walls, old foundations, and a century-old lilac struggling to survive as the forest reclaims a once-sunny dooryard. What forces shaped settlement, and later abandonment, of these places? Adair Mulligan explores the rich story to be discovered in what remains behind. See how one town has set out to create an inventory of its cellar holes, piecing together the clues in the landscape. Such a project can help landowners know what to do if they have archaeological sites on their land and help stimulate interest in a town's future through its past. 
This is a NH Humanities program; it is free and open to the public.

There are 37 spaces available.

Thursday April 18, 2024
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2:15 PM - 3:15 PM
Antrim's Eceletic Book Club

 

Antrim readers will be discussing John Grisham’s The Firm.  

After graduating from Harvard Law School, a young attorney discovers that his supposedly upright Memphis law firm is operating as a criminal enterprise.  How he resolves his conflict between worldly success and personal morality forms the core of this book.

Among the questions readers may consider are 1. What would you do in the young lawyer’s position? 2. What moral quandaries does he confront?; 3. Which characters do you most identify with?; 4. What does The Firm say about pursuing “The American Dream”  in the brutal world of corporate law?

 

For further information, please email Steve Ullman at stephenhullman@gmail.com.  We warmly welcome newcomers to our book lovers’ group.

       

 

 

CONTACT: Steve Ullman  stephenhullman@gmail.com

 

Antrim readers will be discussing John Grisham’s The Firm.  

After graduating from Harvard Law School, a young attorney discovers that his supposedly upright Memphis law firm is operating as a criminal enterprise.  How he resolves his conflict between worldly success and personal morality forms the core of this book.

Among the questions readers may consider are 1. What would you do in the young lawyer’s position? 2. What moral quandaries does he confront?; 3. Which characters do you most identify with?; 4. What does The Firm say about pursuing “The American Dream”  in the brutal world of corporate law?

 

For further information, please email Steve Ullman at stephenhullman@gmail.com.  We warmly welcome newcomers to our book lovers’ group.

       

 

 

CONTACT:
  Steve Ullman
  
   stephenhullman@gmail.com

Saturday April 20, 2024
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12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Tech Help

Please come with your questions ready.
Tech appointments are 1 hour.
One appintment per patron, per week.
 

Please come with your questions ready.
Tech appointments are 1 hour.
One appintment per patron, per week.
 


 
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1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Tech Help

Please come with your questions ready.
Tech appointments are 1 hour.
One appintment per patron, per week.
 

Please come with your questions ready.
Tech appointments are 1 hour.
One appintment per patron, per week.
 


Saturday May 4, 2024
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10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
New Hampshire Wildflowers

New Hampshire Wildflowers

Presented by Bob Holmes

Saturday, May 4 at 10:30

This presentation will run approximately 50 minutes and is in two sections.  The first section will

deal with Wildflowers (more than just a pretty face). We will discuss the important role they play for pollinators and beyond.  The second half of the presentation will focus on the wildflowers we can find in our backyards, fields, roadside, and forests. We will focus on identifying them and tie this into the scavenger hunt for wildflowers, which will run concurrently with the talk.

There are 37 spaces available.

New Hampshire Wildflowers

Presented by Bob Holmes

Saturday, May 4 at 10:30

This presentation will run approximately 50 minutes and is in two sections.  The first section will

deal with Wildflowers (more than just a pretty face). We will discuss the important role they play for pollinators and beyond.  The second half of the presentation will focus on the wildflowers we can find in our backyards, fields, roadside, and forests. We will focus on identifying them and tie this into the scavenger hunt for wildflowers, which will run concurrently with the talk.

There are 37 spaces available.

Saturday May 11, 2024
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10:30 AM
Film Series - Moving Towards Healing, Exploring Social Concerns Through Film

Film Series - Moving Towards Healing, Exploring Social Concerns Through Film
January - May
The second Saturday of the month at 10:30

Fostering Community Conversations on Racial Justice group and the James A. Tuttle Library in Antrim are sponsoring a monthly in-person film series beginning January 2024. Films will be shown at the library at 10:30 a.m. on the second Saturday of the month; a community will follow each
conversation.

May 11
Traces of the Trade
Filmmaker Katrina Browne discovers that her ancestors, residents of New England, were the largest slave-trading family in United States history, operating their business from 1769 to 1820. Browne and nine of her relatives explore the history of their family and slavery in this documentary, traveling to Rhode Island, Ghana, and Cuba. The film asks the question: what would repair for slavery, both spiritual and material, look like?

There are 25 spaces available.

Film Series - Moving Towards Healing, Exploring Social Concerns Through Film
January - May
The second Saturday of the month at 10:30

Fostering Community Conversations on Racial Justice group and the James A. Tuttle Library in Antrim are sponsoring a monthly in-person film series beginning January 2024. Films will be shown at the library at 10:30 a.m. on the second Saturday of the month; a community will follow each
conversation.

May 11
Traces of the Trade
Filmmaker Katrina Browne discovers that her ancestors, residents of New England, were the largest slave-trading family in United States history, operating their business from 1769 to 1820. Browne and nine of her relatives explore the history of their family and slavery in this documentary, traveling to Rhode Island, Ghana, and Cuba. The film asks the question: what would repair for slavery, both spiritual and material, look like?

There are 25 spaces available.


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